News from Germany
Family holiday in Berlin|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Saturday, January 25, 2020 (01:43:54) (3779 reads)
Berlin is the perfect place for families with children: lots of things to marvel at and lots of place to work off some of their excess energy. There's no excuse for boredom here, because the capital is full of exciting experiences for visitors of all ages. More than 1,850 playgrounds, Europe's most modern planetarium, Germany's largest trampoline hall, a zoo with the most species in the world, and much more mean there's something here for everyone. It should be no surprise, then, that Berlin is considered one of the most family-friendly cities in Europe.
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LÜBECK´S OLD TOWN – A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Saturday, January 25, 2020 (01:29:21) (5085 reads)
Lübeck, the Queen of the Hanseatic League, was founded in 1143 “as the first occidental City at the Baltic Coast” and stands for an exemplary character for all Hanseatic Cities of the Baltic provinces. Mediaeval ambience and historic sites determine until today the cityscape and are remembrances of the important history as a Free- and Hanseatic City. During its 11th conference from December 7th – 11th, 1987, the International UNESCO-World Heritage Commission incorporated the Old Town as world culture heritage in its register.
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Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Monday, December 31, 2018 (00:30:55) (5807 reads)
“The Belle Époque meets the Age of Instagram” is the headline the New York Times recently used to describe Baden-Baden – and it is certainly true that today the city’s rich history blends seamlessly with a highly contemporary lifestyle. This lifestyle is also reflected in the new claim of the city called “The good-good life”. This claim is also a promise to all international guests.
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Christmas Markets in Germany|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 (12:44:02) (3413 reads)
Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. will appeal to every one of your senses. Throughout Germany, Christmas markets celebrate seasonal customs and traditions in delightful historical settings. Particularly popular with visitors are Nuremberg's Christkindlesmarkt and the Striezelmarkt in Dresden.
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The ultimate Alpine delight in Garmisch-Partenkirchen|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Thursday, December 14, 2017 (17:31:59) (3309 reads)
Experience Alpine diversity: “Discover your true nature” is the motto of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the multifaceted mountain region at the base of the 2,962 meter (9718 foot) high Zugspitze mountain. Pure natural surroundings, traditions that are still kept alive, genuine hospitality, plus a wide range of sporting activities make Garmisch-Partenkirchen your first choice, be it for an active vacation or relaxation.
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Christmas Market in Düsseldorf|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Monday, November 07, 2016 (22:24:40) (2933 reads)
At the end of each year, Düsseldorf's Christmas Market, one of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Germany, casts a spell on Düsseldorf's city centre and turns it into a unique experience for visitors.
The Christmas magic will be individually staged at seven locations simultaneously. In the city centre, artistically designed theme worlds invite visitors on a trip of exploration. Seasonally decorated huts will for four weeks turn the city into a winter's fairy tale for the whole family.
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Düsseldorf Events for this Summer|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Monday, July 18, 2016 (11:11:47) (2995 reads)
Once the biggest funfair on the Rhine has been erected on the Rheinwiesen meadows, summer will truly be here. This year too, the hottest season promises an exciting mix of sport, culture, music and dance. The climax will be our celebrations marking 70 years of North Rhine-Westphalia and 70 years of the state capital Düsseldorf. This summer our city will once again be pulling out all the entertainment stops – with something for all ages.
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